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not really horror... [Oct. 8th, 2009|04:28 pm]
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anomiedysthymia
from bOING bOING:

vulva, placenta, tampon, etc. arts and crafts:
http://www.regretsy.com/category/vaginas/
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Hannah on THE GASH talking about Ax Wound & Women In Horror Month...... [Oct. 6th, 2009|04:22 pm]
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(no subject) [Oct. 2nd, 2009|11:27 pm]
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& i'm last doorway productions October bleeding beauty o f the month. read fulll interview with me about ax wound, feminism, and sunny side up eggs in my panties!


http://www.lastdoorwayproductions.com/bb_oct2009.html

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Pwwease read if you support women in horror !! [Sep. 13th, 2009|03:47 pm]
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xeroxheart
NEW BLOG POST: WOMEN IN HORROR MANIFESTO NOW UP!

http://www.hannahneurotica.com

pretty please READ/COMMENT/AND REPOST!!!!

hearts & butcher knives,
hannah
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crazzzzzy idea! [Sep. 11th, 2009|08:12 am]
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xeroxheart
i'd like to propose FEBRUARY as NATIONAL WOMEN IN HORROR RECOGNITION Month because sometimes it has 28 days. Can we make this official somehow?

thoughts? feedback? xoxoxo
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Ax Wound on Twitter [Sep. 10th, 2009|11:34 pm]
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xeroxheart
http://twitter.com/AxWoundZine

FOLLOW! xo

and you know its on facebook and myspace, etc etc.
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How about a free book? [Aug. 10th, 2009|03:05 pm]
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kim_richards

Just three weeks until we launch Damnation Books.
Want a free book? Join our reader's list for the promotion code DamnationBooks-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
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AX WOUND UPDATE [Aug. 1st, 2009|09:16 am]
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xeroxheart
Dear People Who Give A Fuck About My Projects:

Thank You!

My life has been taking lots of unexpected turns with family type things that have been incredibly hard to deal with and stay sane and high functioning. Since I always hope my projects are collaborative in nature I feel like a giant douche not keeping people in the loop. I have gotten emails asking what is happening with these two projects so I wanted to write a formal update for everyone who actually cares. And the fact that there are people who actually care is amazing and incredible and thank you.


The majority of the content for AW #3 is complete. I am editing some essays, finishing up some interviews, creating a few comedic feminist horror quizzes and crosswords, etc. Rachael Deacon (whose work can be seen and purchased at rdeacon.etsy.com) is doing amazing illustration work for this issue. Rachael is hard at work right now doing some very amazing work for the issue as I get the content and interviews all finished. Once I have all of those things together I will begin the cut n' paste part (my favorite). If you are involved with the new issue in one way or another and haven't heard from me, please forgive me. I'm learning a lot about organization and management and yes, iv been behind. I apologize. You will all be hearing from me very soon.

The new deadline is Sept 15th. When have you known me not to go through at least 4 deadlines before sticking to one? I like this date better anyway because it is the one year anniversary of when I finished and photocopied Toxic Shock Girldom #1: Grit! Spit! Cum! Glitter! in Halifax, NS. So, that makes it feel like a date i'd really like to stick too. Also, the wonderful thing about 'zines is you go at your own pace. Ax Wound is my fuckin' monsterchild and I want this new issue to be as awesome as possible. I want to really show how amazing women are in the horror industry and all the fascinating things people are doing in various creative mediums to further the advancement of women in the horror industry.

Once the issue is officially out and on sale and in the mail I will launch Ax Wound Radio. That very first episode will be the "release party" of the issue. It will feature people published/interviewed/part of Ax Wound #3 reading and talking about the content and films and issues brought up.

Also, once this issue is out I am hoping to pay more attention to the website and finding ways the not let years go in between issues. Regardless,

Thank you so much for understanding this is a slow process. A process that is incredible and meaningful and frustrating and awesome.








Hearts & Butcher Knives,
Hannah Neurotica
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Beg! (1994) [May. 16th, 2009|12:36 am]
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anomiedysthymia
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0109232/
http://www.troma.com/movies/beg/

Sounds interesting, going to watch it on Netflix soon. There's an interview with playwright/actress Peta Lily in the book Feminist Stages: Interviews with Women in Contemporary British Theatre by Lizbeth Goodman (I scanned a little bit of it on Google Books). The play Beg! apparently deals with power and gender relations, recovered memories of incest, women who kill, feminism, madness, fairy tales, and more. Appears to have unique lighting/color scheme, and to be pretty weird.
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gory serial killer short made with dolls [May. 2nd, 2009|01:08 pm]
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anomiedysthymia
The Psychotic Odyssey of Richard Chase
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LJbCY45n0
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Chase

It can also be found on the DVD Experiments in Terror 3 http://www.provocateurdvd.com/eit3.html The trailer for the DVD consists entirely of excerpts from the shorts Terror! (itself excerpting other horror movies) and The Red Door.
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